A Crack Up at the Race Riots
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|Published||1998 (Main Street Books)|
|Media type||Print (Paperback)|
|LC Class||PS3561.O658 C7 1998|
A Crack Up at the Race Riots is a novel written by Harmony Korine, writer of such cult films Kids, and Ken Park. He is also writer/director of Gummo, Julien Donkey-Boy, Mister Lonely, and Trash Humpers. The book was released in 1998 and had been taken out of print, however a new edition has been published by Drag City.
- Indie rock band Hope of the States named a song on their 2004 debut album The Lost Riots after the novel, however due to unspecified legal reasons,[weasel words] the song could not be included in the tracklisting. Despite this, the song was made available as a hidden track on the album, accessible by letting the last track play or by fast-forwarding ten minutes.
- On February 2014, it was announced that according to Sidney and Thurman Sewell, whom portrayed the ATL twins in Korine's Spring Breakers, James Franco was reportedly to star as a Ku Klux Klan leader in a possible film adaptation of the novel.
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